Hey everyone!

Here at Aquabotix, we want to provide you with a clear window to the underwater world.  After researching many options, we’ve found some great solutions that really help with the glare when viewing your iPad or LCD screen as you explore and inspect in the bright sun!

Here are the options we’ve tested and have found to work well:

For the AquaLens, we recommend using a sun shield (Camtrol 3.5” LCD CamShade that can be purchased from http://www.bhhotovidel.com) or a polarized filter for the viewing screen.

For the HydroView, we recommend using a sun shield (icLipse which can be purchased from http://www.iclipsestore.com) or the NuShield Anti-Glare polarized filter for the viewing screen.

We hope your enjoying your Aquabotix products. If you have any other comments or questions about these screen suggestions, please feel free to email info@aquabotix.com or call the office directly at (508) 676-1000.

Have a great weekend, everyone!

Photo taken with the AquaLens


Photo taken with the HydroView!

 

Check out our newest videos taken in the Florida Keys.

This video is our first HD footage from the HydroView Sport. Watch as the vehicle dives through the clearest of waters!

This second video is an interview with Capt. John. Listen in as he describes his experience with the HydroView!

Enjoy!

For those of you who want to see a first hand look at how to drive the HydroView Sport, check out this tutorial as we drive the vehicle in our testing pool!

Learn some tips on how to accelerate, spin in place and how to use the motion control setting!

And as the video states, please send us some footage of your experiences!

Enjoy!

Filmed here in our facility in Fall River, MA, here  is an overview of our latest and greatest, the HydroView Sport!

In this video, you will get to see some of the vehicle’s cool features, including its HD camera and LED lights. You will also get a run-through of how its application works and even see the vehicle take a quick dip in our testing pool!

If you have any questions about the HydroView or any of its features, please don’t hesitate to email info@aquabotix.com or call us at 508-676-1000!

Watch as the HydroView dives the depths of the Caribbean, capturing fish, coral and maybe even a turtle!

For those of you who own a HydroView Sport, please send us any videos or images you have taken on your adventures and we’ll be happy to feature them on our blog!!!

Happy driving, everyone!

This is a still frame taken from the AquaLens video in the Virgin Islands! Maybe the Puffer Fish thinks the AquaLens is its mom!

Notice the clarity of the water and the barnacles on the dock–it’s amazing!
The summer is in full swing and there’s no better way to view the underwater world then with Aquabotix, so get out there and find your own Puffer Fish!
 

From National Geographic, here are some fish and mammals whose lives are in danger, due to climate change, fishing or the fur trade. Read more to become aware by clicking on the sea otters.

Photo: Two floating sea otters eating crab

  • There are 50 to 70 confirmed shark attacks around the world every year, with five to 15 fatalities globally every year
  • The U.S. averages around 16 shark attacks each year and around one shark attack fatality every two years
  • The main population area of the great white shark is the coastal strip between Baja California and Hawaii
  • Great white sharks are also drawn to the seal populations of the Cape Cod area
  • The last human death from a shark attack in Massachusetts was in 1936

In the last year there have been more than 35 sightings of great white sharks off Cape Cod

Read more at Mail Online!

Have a great weekend, everyone and be on the lookout when you go swimming! Cue music!

Check out this latest article from discovery.com! It features the HydroView Sport!!!!

Author Eric Rogell explains the unit’s ease of use, as well as its on-board LED lights and fact that you can share your findings with friends.

Hopefully, the coverage keeps rolling in!

 

 

 

 

 

Some of the team went down to the river yesterday to see what they could capture with the HydroView Sport! Take a look!

The HydroView’s HD camera can manually or automatically focus to stream the sharpest images of the underwater world! If these images are this clear…just imagine the Caribbean!

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